Libby Page

Working with you to create paintings that are uplifting, filled with nature’s beauty.

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A winding path led down into a mysterious wood by a tiny little village near Bagni di Lucca in Tuscany. The yellow brick road is entirely my own invention; I wanted to convey that sense of courage that comes from setting out on an adventure into the unknown, whatever it may bring.

Vignes #2 : À Travers les Yeux de Jacques

Thanks to Jacques, who’s beautiful photo of the vineyards in Southern France inspired this painting



I have been trying to decide,

What is good and evil,

But that apple was never meant for me.

The gift was a garden to tend,

To wander and love in,

Take a lesson from the birds and the bees.

Les Témoins : The Witnesses

This is the view from my studio in Hohenschönhausen, these are the trees who look over the wall into the old Stasi HQ.

Little Growing Baby Trees

This painting is currently in an exhibition at Vue Sur Cours gallery in Narbonne, Southern France.

Please contact the lovely Claude for further information. (She speaks good English, with a lovely accent!)

Stumped Without You

This painting is a necessary part of my documentation of the current chapter in the history of the Canal du Midi.

“Stumped Without You” portrays a now common as the ailing trees are felled. In time the stumps are removed and gradually young trees are planted in their place, but for a few months these poignant reminders remain; empty plinths, calling us to remember what was.

Help replant a tree today! 🙂


Commission a Painting


People tell me that the paintings I make for people bring them joy every day.

Hearing that is such an encouragement, it’s why I do it! 

When I make a painting for you I am aware that it will become a part of your life for many years to come, so I …

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It was a great opening!

Big thank you to everyone who came to the opening of my exhibition and to Nicola Blakemore who put together this film including interviews with gallery owner Angela Saunders and me. The exhibition continues until 5 January 2019.